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Anapnoe Care Guide


Gold plated pieces are, by default, more delicate and can lose their gold color over time. The plating may fade for various reasons: skincare lotions or perfumes, the level of perspiration, or the skin’s natural pH. Plus, chlorine especially at high temperatures can damage or discolor your gold-plated jewelry.

  • When storing a piece, after wearing it, remove any excess dirt or oil by wiping it with a soft cloth before you put it away.

  • We recommend not to wear them underwater and to avoid alcohol, perfumes and oily lotions touching the jewelry directly as much as you can; even better, always put your jewelry on last when getting dressed. If exposed to any of the above the gold plating will tarnish and turn silver over time.

  • We recommend you clean all jewelry with bicarbonate powder every 6 months to achieve maximum shine.